|Education level||Postgraduate / Master of Science|
|Course title||How to write a paper or a grant proposal|
|Independent teaching activities||Hours per week||ECTS|
|Coursetype||General setting course, skills development|
|Teaching and assessment language||English|
Upon completion of the course, the student will know the basic principles of writing and presenting a scientific study (oral presentation, poster presentation, full publication), and the writing of a research proposal and will be able to submit them via the internet.
Upon completion of the course, graduate students will be familiar with:
- The structure of a complete publication, oral communication, poster presentation or research proposal
- The basic steps from initiation through completion of writing a scientific study or research proposal
- The judgment process of a scientific study (peer review)
- The ethics posts
The course participants upon completion will be able to:
- Organize and write the “Introduction” and “Discussion” of a full publication
- Organize and write the section of “Materials and Methods” of a full publication
- Organize and write the “Results” of a full publication
- Build Tables and Charts
- Write author citations of a publication using Reference managers
- Submit a complete publication, via the Internet
- Write titles and summary (abstract)
- Prepare and present an oral presentation (slide structure)
- Prepare and present a poster (construction poster)
- Organize and write a graduation thesis
- Prepare and write a research proposal (grant)
- Writing Introduction and Discussion
- Writing Materials and Methods
- Writing Results
- Tables and Charts
- Writing Citation- Reference managers
- Submitting-Process peer review
- Writing titles and summary (abstract)
- Oral Communication-Transparency Construction
- Poster-poster Construction
- Writing thesis-PhD thesis
- Writing research proposal(grant)
Teaching and learning methods – evaluation
|Teaching methods||Face to face
|Use of information and |
communication technologies (ICT)
|Module structure||Work Hours per Semester||Activity|
|Exercises (Online discussion fora)||10|
|Exercises (Study relevant papers)||20|
|Essay background work||40|
|Overall work for the course||125|
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